Euroedile acquires Pilosio

By Euan Youdale05 August 2021

Pilosio scaffolding

Italian scaffolding rental and services specialist Euroedile has acquired formwork and scaffolding manufacturer Pilosio.

The deal will bring together Eurodile’s 53 years‘ of scaffolding erection experience with Pilosio’s production capacity to provide a full service globally.

Pilosio’s 45,000 square metre headquarters in the northeast of Italy has manufactured scaffolding, formwork, shoring structures, temporary coverings and mobile towers for 60 years. In addition to a widespread presence throughout Italy, the Friuli-based company also has a strong export market.

Founded in 1986, near Venice, Euroedile has 110 employees and reported a turnover of €15 million in 2020 and specialises in the sale, rental, assembly of scaffolding and formwork in Italy and abroad.

Pilosio scaffolding

Euroedile said, with increasing demands for customised solutions, the Euroedile/Pilosio Group aims to provide a unique full range of scaffolding and formwork services and products to the market, including consultancy and site assistance in the construction and renovation of bridges and viaducts, industrial and residential constructions, power plants and dams, as well as churches, for example.

Mr Parisotto, CEO of Euroedile, said, “With the experience and skills of highly qualified personnel, we will create an all-Italian excellence that will be able to face not only the domestic market but the global one. We will bring a breath of fresh air to both companies by implementing the range with innovative materials and new products.”

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